Beekeeping as a business today brings a steady income to many entrepreneurs. After all, an apiary is the production of healthy, tasty and expensive products with long shelf life. With standard technology, 1 hive per season gives 35-45 liters of honey and allows you to earn from $ 150 to $ 200 only on honey. If you apply modern beekeeping methods and new technologies on the belt, you can collect more than 100 liters of a sweet and healthy product from one hive. In this business, they are not only engaged in the production of honey, but also receive other useful products from the apiary:
Pollen – the price is $ 1.8 per 100g.
Royal jelly – the price is $ 1 for 300mg.
Propolis – the price is $ 1.5 per 10g.
Zabrus – price $ 10 per 500g.
Natural beeswax price – $ 10 per 1kg.
Bee venom – price from $ 15 per 1g (if bee venom has passed EXW control).
Bee subpestilence – the price is $ 10 per 100g.
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You need to understand what kind of problem the crisis brought to your business in order to assess its scale and understand how to solve this problem and how to move forward in the right direction. Accurately and specifically evaluate and understand your financial and economic opportunities. How many reserves are there and how to use them so that the business continues to function. Think about what kind of income really get in the expected period of the crisis. Usually in practice this expected period is multiplied by two. Continue reading